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Real Life in Pockets Collaboration – Old School

$20.99 $9.99

SKU: JJ-MOM-RLIP-DOMESTICATED Categories: ,

Description

Remember the “good ole days”  No – not your parents good ole days – YOURS!  Children of the 60’s, 70’s & 80’s enjoyed some of the most coloful times in history – not to mention some of the best movies and music! (maybe not the best hairstyles or fashion)  Old School is a kit designed to help you preserve those colorful memories : time after time (Cyndi Lauper Pun totally intended)  Just Jaimee & Mommyish are pleased to offer this large collection of Real Life in Pockets  to you at a huge discount!

  • 23 Papers – 12 Patterned, 11 Solids (two splattered)
  • Full Gel Alpha in 6 Colors
  • 65 Pocket Cards: 24 Fillers, 17 Journal, 24 squares
  • 120+ Elements Including:
  • { 41 Word Art Elements, 2 Polaroid Frames, 1 photo slide element (also in layered tiff for easy picture clipping), 5 arrows – (1 plastic, 1 folded paper, 1 “this” sticker, 1 birch, 1 dark acrylic), 
  • 6 Puffy Stickers – (Dude x 2, righteous, wiggin’ out, heart & lucky star), 7 Tabs – (1 rounded, 3 triangle, 3 banner), 4 Tape Elements – (Star Doodled Tape, Striped Washi & 2 Leopard Print), 3 flair – (Rainbow, Lucky Star & Skull), Neon Bead Scatter, Pink Sequin Scatter, 1 Plastic Flowers Accent, 2 Roller Skate Stickers, 1 Domino, 2 buttoned flowers, 2 buttons, 7 Gel Stars, 1 Gel Star Scatter, 1 Striped Geometric Epoxy Element, 3 ghostman stickers & 1 PacMan Sticker, 2 Word Bubble Stickers, 1 GitterGel Glasses Element, Halftone Stamp, Old School Sticker, 2 paint splatters, 1 star clip, 1 friendship bracelet style string, 3D glasses element, 1 acrylic picture frame, 1 acrylic triangle element, 1 acrylic “rad” element, 3 triangle brads, 1 neon-felt layered flower, 2 half-tone photo clippers, 1 stapled ribbon, 1 staple element, Folded Stacked Stars, 2 cassette tape elements, 1 triangle mat }

300ppi for optimal printing. This set is for personal use only. Please note some of the colors in this kit are out of gamut. This means that standard home printers may not be capable of printing the neon colors accurately. Both designers felt that in our medium it was better to preserve the fun colors and not mute them down.